Andy Carroll could leave Liverpool this summer after manager Kenny Dalglish has grown more and more frustrated with the player he signed for £35m from Newcastle United, the
Carroll arrived at Anfield in January 2011 but has scored only eight times in 49 appearances since, and was involved in a row with Dalglish after being substituted against former club Newcastle a last week. Dalglish left Carroll on the substitutes’ bench to play Aston Villa on Saturday, only calling on the England international after 65 minutes of play with Liverpool a goal down.
The Mail add that Liverpool would be forced to accept a far lower sum than which they paid for Carroll if he was to move on at the end of the season, while revealing Carroll has told friends he would welcome a return to the North East, but would have to take a pay-cut to fit in with the wage structure enforced at Newcastle since his departure.
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